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Micho Russell of Dunagore, Co Clare
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Micho Russell of Dunagore, Co Clare
Revival re:Masters Series


This product is included in: The Third Series
Traditional music & song of west Clare
MICHO RUSSELL, the flute & whistle-player of the legendary Russell Brothers of Doolin, Co Clare, learned from Clare musicians such as Johnny Doran, Willie Clancy, and concertina players Martin Kiloughery and Paddy Murphy. He was recorded by Seamus Ennis in the 1940s, and by the '70s was touring Europe. The fame of Micho
and his brothers Pakie and Gus brought legions of fans to Doolin, and the trio were recorded in 1974 for their classic LP, now released as Free Reed CD FCLAR-01, part of six-CD “The Clare Set” of early Co Clare concertina recordings. In 1975, Neil Wayne & Lyn Murfin recorded this important LP of Micho's unique tunes & songs, now re-released on this enhanced CD.
1 Reel: Green Groves of Erin
2 Air/Hornpipe: Spalpin a Ruin/The Blackbird
3 Reel: Un-named
4 Reel: Divide the Cally Fair
5 Jigs: The Piper's Chair/The Yellow Wattle
6 Reel: The Boy in the gap
7 Song: The Well of Spring Water
8 Reels: John in the Fog/The Boy in the Gap
9 Jigs: Captain Moloney/The Munster Buttermilk
10 Set Dance: The Retreat
11 Song: The Titanic
12 Air/Jig: The Fair-haired Child/Garrett Barry's
13 Reel: The Bucks of Oranmore
14 Jig: The Mountain Boy
15 Reel: London Bridge
16 Song: Sean Duine Doité
17 Jig: Daniel of the Sun
18 Fling: Un-named
19 Reel: Sporting Nelly

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